Unlike the trees that were set up late-august at Selfridges Christmas Shop, the trees decorated at Harrods World were full-on, unique, and gorgeous. All of the decorated trees were located in the Home Decor section, and the ornaments displayed here are from top designers. The displays that accompany each theme were almost just as stunning, have a look!
The two trees below were by far my favourites, rock-star pink and multicoloured snow tree, I wish I could bring them home!
Speaking of which, if you were looking for a tree that’s a bit more portable, and unique, check out this Fruit-themed mini-tree, only £470 (about $635 USD). If you’ve got a bigger budget, you should maybe consider the Vintage Jewel Tudor Tree for £1999 (about $2700 USD)!!!
If you’d just like to decorate your own tree though, the options in the Home Decor section are lovely – not Harrod’s Themed (we’ll get to those in a minute). You can get almost anything at Harrods Christma World! Here’s three of my favourite displays that couldn’t be more different – one of Tudor-themed ornaments, a delicious-looking (but sadly not edible) handmade clay Gingerbread House and Train, and sets of unique and modern lights.
Unless you’re extremely wealthy, the odds of you shopping for your everyday Christmas Decorations at Harrod’s is very unlikley. You’ll probably head there, just like I did, to grab a Souvenir ornament…